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Table 4 Prevalence of abnormal perception of intra-vaginal ejaculatory latency, testosterone and glycated haemoglobin stratified by sexual dysfunction

From: Determinants of sexual dysfunction among clinically diagnosed diabetic patients

Variables Total
(n = 274)
NSD
(n = 84)
SD
(n = 190)
P value
Adequate (3-7)     
Low 1(0.4%) 0(0.0%) 1(0.5%) 0.5053
Normal 144(52.6%) 44(52.4%) 100(52.6%) 0.9694
High 129(47.1%) 40(47.6%) 89(46.8%) 0.9054
Desirable (7-13)     
Low 125(45.6%) 40(47.6%) 85(44.7%) 0.6587
Normal 128(46.7%) 43(47.1%) 85(44.7%) 0.3235
High 21(7.7%) 1(1.2%) 20(10.5%) 0.0074
Too short (1-2)     
Low 37(13.5%) 12(14.3%) 25(13.2%) 0.8012
Normal 210(76.6%) 71(84.5%) 139(73.2%) 0.0403
High 27(9.9%) 1(1.2%) 26(13.7%) 0.0014
Too long (10-30)     
Low 3(1.1%) 0(0.0%) 3(1.6%) 0.2469
Normal 257(93.8%) 83(98.8%) 174(91.6%) 0.0222
High 14(5.1%) 1(1.2%) 13(6.8%) 0.0501
Testosterone (2.25-9.72)    
Low 12(4.4%) 6(7.1%) 6(5.1%) 0.1372
Normal 230(83%) 66(78.6) 164(86.3) 0.1074
High 32(11.7%) 12(14.3%) 20(10.5%) 0.3717
HBA1c (3-6)     
Low 0(0.0%) 0(0.0%) 0(0.0%) NA
Normal 27(9.9%) 10(11.9%) 17(8.9%) 0.4489
High 247(90.1%) 74(88.1%) 173(91.1%) 0.4489